Schools cutting bus service because of fuel costs

Monday, August 25, 2008

Rising gas prices are forcing school districts to cut back on school bussing of students. For many it means longer rides and longer walks. Still, in the world of heavy traffic, working parents and longer bus routes, the new reality fosters real thought and growing concern about safety.
Guests: Randy Collins, Superintendant of the Waterford Connecticut Schools and President of the American Association of School Administrators; Wendy Landman, Pedestrian Advocate, Walk Boston

Contributors:

Bruce Reznick

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